Yes it's Federal Law that no toxic shot be used for waterfowl hunting. For ducks we hunt lakes and ponds over decoys spred out in a U or V pattern pointed into the wind with us concealed in the cattails and reeds at the waters edge. Same thing for warm water sloughs when those lakes freeze over. For geese we hunt fields. I've never done pass shooting or jump shooting, but you'll want a full choke with #2 or #3 and modified choke for any shot larger than #2 for that if you plan to do that method. Use a 12 gauge. I like high velocity #2 steel for all ducks and T shot for geese. Modified choke works as a good overall and in close quartered small ponds or sloughs I use an improved cylinder. Your clothing should be either a camo pattern to match the area you plan to do 75% of your hunting in, or go with just plain drab colors that match the area like light brown, khaki OD, or tan clothing. Anything that will match the vegatation. Also try not to move around a whole lot, waterfowl have good eye sight and movement gives you away even if you are totally camo'd out.
yah u can hunt ducks in a field. i JUST GOT SOME OF DEM DARE MALLAQRDS ON DEM SWIVELS BY GREENHEADGEAR. tHERE REAL NICE, I LIKE DEM ALOT. tHE QUACK AND SLOW CHUCKLE AND SPEED CHUCKLE IS ALL YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW.
Just about every hunter who has hunted big game animals has used a rope to drag his game. Over the years I have seen many kinds and sizes used for this purpose. One of my friends brought a deer to my house to hang in my garage for butchering, and he had a 1” hemp rope that was at least 12 feet long on it. It was large enough to tow a truck! Another time I saw a guy stuffing an entire 50-foot coil of that stiff, plastic rope into his pocket to use as a dragging rope.I have found that the ideal...